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Image of 2005.01.422 - Print, Photographic

2005.01.422 - Print, Photographic

Memorial Beach Dam Washout, 1956. Mrs. Parks' home goes

Image of 2005.01.423 - Print, Photographic

2005.01.423 - Print, Photographic

Memorial Beach Dam Washout, 1956. See also similar photo 2005.01.424a, scanned and 2005.01.424b, not scanned

Image of 2005.01.424a - Print, Photographic

2005.01.424a - Print, Photographic

Memorial Beach Dam Washout, 1956. See also similar photo 2005.01.423, scanned and 2005.01.424b, not scanned

Image of 2005.01.425 - Print, Photographic

2005.01.425 - Print, Photographic

Memorial Beach Dam after heavy rainfall, view of lowered water level above dam, October 1957 Per newspaper article affixed to rear of photo 2005.01.428a: "Memorial Dam: The photo was taken last Thursday afternoon at Healdsburg's Memorial Dam and shows the amount of water flowing over the dam following the heavy rainfall last week. On Friday, work was resumed in placing rock along the downstream side and yesterday work on removing portions of the dam was continued. Spokesman for Young and Engelke Co., Healdsburg contractor who were awarded the $34,430 contract for lowering the panels and placing a blanket of large rocks on the downstream side where the undercurrent is causing wash

Image of 2005.01.426 - Print, Photographic

2005.01.426 - Print, Photographic

Memorial Beach Dam after heavy rainfall, after water level above dam has been lowered, October 1957 Per newspaper article affixed to rear of photo 2005.01.428a: "Memorial Dam: The photo was taken last Thursday afternoon at Healdsburg's Memorial Dam and shows the amount of water flowing over the dam following the heavy rainfall last week. On Friday, work was resumed in placing rock along the downstream side and yesterday work on removing portions of the dam was continued. Spokesman for Young and Engelke Co., Healdsburg contractor who were awarded the $34,430 contract for lowering the panels and placing a blanket of large rocks on the downstream side where the undercurrent is causi

Image of 2005.01.427 - Print, Photographic

2005.01.427 - Print, Photographic

Memorial Beach Dam after heavy rainfall, water breaching dam, October 1957 Per newspaper article affixed to rear of photo: "Memorial Dam: The photo was taken last Thursday afternoon at Healdsburg's Memorial Dam and shows the amount of water flowing over the dam following the heavy rainfall last week. On Friday, work was resumed in placing rock along the downstream side and yesterday work on removing portions of the dam was continued. Spokesman for Young and Engelke Co., Healdsburg contractor who were awarded the $34,430 contract for lowering the panels and placing a blanket of large rocks on the downstream side where the undercurrent is causing washing, said that only a small amo

Image of 2005.01.428a - Print, Photographic

2005.01.428a - Print, Photographic

Flow over Memorial Beach Dam after heavy rainfall, October 1957 Per newspaper article affixed to rear of photo: "Memorial Dam: The photo was taken last Thursday afternoon at Healdsburg's Memorial Dam and shows the amount of water flowing over the dam following the heavy rainfall last week. On Friday, work was resumed in placing rock along the downstream side and yesterday work on removing portions of the dam was continued. Spokesman for Young and Engelke Co., Healdsburg contractor who were awarded the $34,430 contract for lowering the panels and placing a blanket of large rocks on the downstream side where the undercurrent is causing washing, said that only a small amount of dama

Image of 2005.01.429 - Print, Photographic

2005.01.429 - Print, Photographic

Russian River below Memorial beach after January flood, 1958 Per newspaper article affixed to rear of photo: Minor Flooding - The storm which swept Healdsburg and Sonoma county over the weekend caused only minor and temporary flood conditions in some local areas. Rain which began about mid-afternoon Saturday caused some temporary flooding about nightfall in Healdsburg, at the underpass and in Alexander Valley. The Healdsburg Fire Department gauge showed that 1.94 inches of rain fell here from 6:00 p.m. Saturday to 6:00 p.m. Sunday. A large part of this precipitation fell between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Saturday, however, briefly flooding some city streets, the underpass on Hig

Image of 2005.01.430 - Print, Photographic

2005.01.430 - Print, Photographic

Russian River below Memorial beach after January flood, 1958 Per newspaper article affixed to rear of photo: Minor Flooding - The storm which swept Healdsburg and Sonoma county over the weekend caused only minor and temporary flood conditions in some local areas. Rain which began about mid-afternoon Saturday caused some temporary flooding about nightfall in Healdsburg, at the underpass and in Alexander Valley. The Healdsburg Fire Department gauge showed that 1.94 inches of rain fell here from 6:00 p.m. Saturday to 6:00 p.m. Sunday. A large part of this precipitation fell between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Saturday, however, briefly flooding some city streets, the underpass on Hig

Image of 2007.01.101 - Print, Photographic

2007.01.101 - Print, Photographic

After Photo - 1956 flood. New bridge; in background are revetments on the Schwab and Lazzaroni Ranches, 1956 Sotoyome Soil Conservation District, number on left edge of photo: C-2189-12

Image of 2007.01.102 - Print, Photographic

2007.01.102 - Print, Photographic

Sans flashboard Dam, constructed 1956, cost $5,250, no date Sotoyome Soil Conservation District, number on left edge of photo: C-2189-11 Possibly Felta Creek, see 2007.01.103

Image of 2007.01.103 - Print, Photographic

2007.01.103 - Print, Photographic

Flashboard Dam, Felta Creek, Art Folger Ranch, 1957 Sotoyome Soil Conservation District, number on left edge of photo: C-2199-6

Image of 2007.01.104 - Print, Photographic

2007.01.104 - Print, Photographic

Retaining wall along creek, no date Sotoyome Soil Conservation District, number on left edge of photo: C-2027-2

Image of 2007.01.105 - Print, Photographic

2007.01.105 - Print, Photographic

Wire and piling revetment, Demostene Ranch, constructed in 1956, Sausal Creek, no date Sotoyome Soil Conservation District, number on left edge of photo: C-2189-5

Image of 2007.01.106 - Print, Photographic

2007.01.106 - Print, Photographic

Plank and piling revetment on the Schwab and Lazzaroni Ranches, January 1957 An After photo (after 1956 flood) Sotoyome Soil Conservation District, number on left edge of photo: C-2199-10

Image of 2008.01.100 - Print, Photographic

2008.01.100 - Print, Photographic

Russian river at railroad bridge, February 27, 1940 Photo taken by Edward Nervo, Geyserville

Image of 2008.01.101 - Print, Photographic

2008.01.101 - Print, Photographic

Russian river at railroad bridge, February 27, 1940 Photo taken by Edward Nervo, Geyserville

Image of 2008.01.102 - Print, Photographic

2008.01.102 - Print, Photographic

Northwest Pacific railroad tracks at Lytton, February 27, 1940 Photo taken by Edward Nervo, Geyserville

Image of 2009.30.0001 - Print, Photographic

2009.30.0001 - Print, Photographic

Flood of 1955-1956, drying mattresses from Guerneville Per newspaper article affixed to rear of photo: "Drying mattresses: Sid Grove, manager of the Sonoma District Cooperative Dryer, left, and Ray Wallace, right accept from Emil Magliocci, center, of Rio Nido, the first load of mattresses last week from the flooded Guerneville area which were dried in the drying tunnels of the Dryer. Approximately 30 hours were spent drying 150 mattresses, 3 chesterfield sets, 3 rugs and chairs from the flooded areas. The Sonoma District Cooperative Dryer turned over its facilities to the project without charge, the power was paid for by the City of Healdsburg and the charge for the gas used in drying was

Image of 2009.30.0051 - Print, Photographic

2009.30.0051 - Print, Photographic

Aftermath of flooding, two men standing near river, roof (?) in foreground, no date Published in Healdsburg Tribune